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Parliament without legal status

Parliament should be considered automatically dissolved given the constitutionally mandated period for general elections, according to former two-term Speaker of the National Assembly Ralph Ramkarran.

TIGI says recognises value of litigation

Transparency Institute Guyana Inc. (TIGI) continues to be vocal on a range of corruption issues hampering anti-corruption efforts and stymieing development in Guyana.

Key Port Kaituma trail rehab set for October completion

A single lane trail in Port Kaituma, Region 1 that had many large potholes is undergoing a complete transformation into a $172M highway, as part of the government’s vision to connect Port Kaituma to Mabaruma, according to the Department of Public Information (DPI).

Around the World

Jamaica lawyer murdered

(Jamaica Observer) While the brutal killing of promising young attorney-at-law Sashakay Fairclough has shocked, in particular, the parishes of St Ann and St James where she practises mainly, the police have no leads yet into the murder, nor has a motive been established.

Barbados in sugar low

(Barbados Nation) Barbados has produced only 7 800 tonnes of sugar from about 93 600 tonnes of cane this year, one of the most disappointing harvests in the last decade.

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